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Transportation | Austin ISD

All March and April Stop Arm Camera hearings are postponed until further notice due to COVID-19. Everyone will receive a new hearing  appointment by mail.

Welcome to the Austin ISD Transportation Department homepage! 

Austin ISD transports nearly 23,000 students daily on nearly 500 buses. Our mission is to provide safe, reliable and professional transportation for our students; all buses have seat belts.

To find your student’s bus stop, please use our bus stop finder utility. Enter your student’s home address and find the closest AISD bus stop.

Students riding or waiting on an AISD school bus are under the supervision of the district the same as if they are in the school building or on the school grounds, and therefore, are subject to the student disciplinary policies of the district.

Updates About Delays and Changes

Sometimes bus routes and pickup and dropoff times may be changed or delayed by weather, traffic, road closures or other circumstances. AISD monitors more than 370 bus routes every day, adjusting routes and adding buses as needed.

Families interested in specific AISD bus route information may call AISD’s Transportation Department between 7:45 a.m. and 4:45 p.m. Monday through Friday at 512-414-0238. Families also may call dispatchers at AISD’s bus terminals for information about the routes for their respective schools after 4:30 a.m., Monday through Friday:

Nelson Bus Terminal in Northeast Austin: 512-414-6520
Saegert Bus Terminal in Southwest Austin: 512-414-6500
Southeast Bus Terminal: 512-414-8510

National School Bus Safety Week

National School Bus Safety Week is an active and evolving public education program designed to promote school bus safety. For more information, please visit the National Association for Pupil Transportation.

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